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Newseum is a no-brainer for all social studies classrooms

I’ve been on a current events kick lately. A recent newsletter from social studies guru Mike Hasley reminded me of another awesome news resource called Newseum. 874 more words


Ingrid O'Brien reblogged this on Open Doors Literacy and commented:

I always love free sources for high-quality reading material. I also love resources that integrate literacy and content instruction. Newseum looks like a great site for teachers who want to teach reading, history, and civics through close study of primary sources, and Glenn Wiebe has written a great post to orient you to its offerings.

Booked Out

I’m so excited to have the following new books to read:

First, The Campbell Plan by Dr. Thomas Campbell. ┬áThe foreword is written by my hero, the author’s father, T. 295 more words

Personal Account


I’ve been thinking about opportunities today, and how they are accounted for by popular thought.

This is what I’ve learned:





Creatively dealing with discrimination at work

by Alex Hilton

No-one should have to deal with discrimination at work, but sadly it happens all too often. The need to earn a living means it’s often harder to walk away from work than many other situations. 1,770 more words


Some resources to get you started!

I wanted to mention some of the resources that have helped me the most in my palmistry journey. The first is a book I found on my mom’s shelf when I was 10. 238 more words


I have two big announcements ...

First, after 35 years we are changing our name! On April 1st, Independent Living Services of Northern California (ILSNC) will be officially known as the… 342 more words



So you are trying to locate an obituary that may have appeared in the Journal Tribune? Did you know that if it is 1977 or later, you can search online?? 129 more words